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Sophie Lutterlough: The One Woman Information Bureau

Written by Nancy Miorelli As we bring our celebration of Black Entomologists Who Shaped Entomology to a close, the Ask an Entomologist team is continuing the conversation about how we can help provide support, inclusivity, and diversity in our science … Continue reading

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Dr. Margaret S. Collins: The Termite Lady – Featuring Black Entomologist Stories

Margaret Collins, the Termite Lady, was an African African who helped shape the face of entomological termite research but was also a powerful force fighting for human rights Continue reading

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Gamified Entomology Workshops & Ecuador EcoTourism. Hai – I’m Nancy

Nancy is an Entomologist living in Ecuador. Her tourism business was going strong in Ecuador before the everything of 2020, but now she’s focused on gamified entomology workshops. Continue reading

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Do Wasp Nest Decoys Work?

Do wasp nest decoys actually work? No. Mostly likely not. Learn about why! Continue reading

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Dr. Charles Henry Turner: An Amazing Scientist

This week we are featuring Dr. Charles Henry Turner. Before I begin my article on him, I have a personal note that I’d like to share. As Nancy stated in her blog post on Dr. Margaret S. Collins, I would like to … Continue reading

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